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Hunger program partners patrons and restaurants

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LITTLE ROCK (KATV) - A program called Eatiply, which partners with restaurants to assist in the fight against hunger, comes to Little Rock in April.

The program works by providing a donated meal to someone in need each time you eat at one of the Eatiply-sponsored restaurants.  There is no extra charge to the dinner.  The program has already provided 30,000 meals in only 2 months, and hopes to bring the total to 50,000 meals by the end of March.

One in six people in the U.S. struggle getting enough food to eat. 

Log on to www.eatiply.com in April to find out participating restaurants  

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